Contact Information

Name: Paula Wales

Phone: (303) 285-7136

Email: [email protected]

Website: maximus.com

MMIS-Provider Services Module (2018 - 2028)

State Participating Addenda

A Participating Addendum (PA) is generally used by a state Chief Procurement Official (CPO) to establish a state contract tied to a specific NASPO ValuePoint master agreement. The PA identifies unique terms and conditions specific to a state and identifies state agencies and other eligible entities in the state that are authorized to participate in the agreement. A state CPO may issue PAs that allow participation as follows:

  • Statewide – provides for participation by all state and local government agencies and other eligible entities within the state
  • State only – provides for participation only by state agencies
  • Other eligible entities only – provides for participation by local government agencies and other eligible entities, but prohibits participation by state agencies
Please review the Participating Addendum for eligibility details.

    Completed PAs

For questions related to participation in NASPO ValuePoint master agreements, please contact the Cooperative Contract Coordination team at [email protected].

Other Eligible Entity Participation

For states that do not use a Participating Addendum, or use a Participating Addendum covering only certain entities, other eligible entities may participate in a master agreement as described in an Eligible Entity Participation Document provided by NASPO ValuePoint.

Please review the Eligible Entity Participating Document for eligibility details.

For questions related to participation in NASPO ValuePoint master agreements, please contact the Cooperative Contract Coordination team at [email protected].

MAXIMUS

Expiration
05/28/2028
Inception
06/01/2018
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Description

As a leading provider of government services, MAXIMUS delivers innovative Provider Management Services that contribute to improved outcomes and higher levels of productivity, accuracy and efficiency of state Medicaid programs. Our Provider Services solution, which has earned CMS modular certification, offers a web-based self-service tool with provider screening and enrollment features supported by responsive customer service support.

We help states satisfy the requirements for managing their health provider networks and establish an effective process of provider risk segmentation, assessment and site-based confirmation to safeguard integrity. Our modular, modernized system decouples provider management from existing Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS), giving our clients a flexible, scalable, easy-to-deploy solution built around their state policy objectives and operational preferences. Additionally, our solution allows for accurate and timely exchange of data between existing state systems and our provider data management system.

Managing provider data and enrollment services for more than 200,000 Medicaid providers, MAXIMUS stands ready to assist the efforts of participating states implementing and maintaining enhanced Medicaid provider screening and enrollment requirements.